My most recent wine for grandma that I’m drinking is Yellow Tail Shiraz. I haven’t posted an image because I couldn’t get the Yellow Tail site to work. It kept asking me for my date of birth and I entered it probably five times but it never let me in. And yes, I was typing the correct year: 1970. More than old enough to peruse a wine website. if you want to try your hand at looking at the website, go here. Maybe you’ll get past the home page.
Again, like many of the wines I drink, my boss recommended this one. I have to tell you to say yes to Yellow Tail Shiraz because it’s is a good value. Drinkable, enjoyable, reliable and priced on many wine shelves $7.49 or 2 for $12. I would describe this one as bold and peppery.
If you can’t get to the website, or even if you can, read this story about the company, W.J. Deutsch & Sons, Ltd., which has had crazy success.
But “wildly successful” was a term that [yellow tail] quickly redefined when it leapt from zero to 112,000 cases in its first year  to 7.5 million cases in 2005. –Kristen Wolfe Bieler for Beverage Media Group
What kind of wine are you drinking these days? Leave a comment below. I’m always looking for suggestions for new wines or old favorites to try.
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